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The drinking water industry is a vibrant community of professionals constantly seeking to upgrade their skills and knowledge. As a result, throughout the year there are numerous conferences, workshops, and seminars providing technical information, regulatory changes or reviews, and the latest in industry trends and new product introductions.
Our Events Calendar lists meetings and conferences sponsored by OWWA, AWWA and our many partners in the water industry.
Keep informed, keep abreast of the innovations, and keep in contact with industry colleagues.
Check the Events section of our website on a regular basis.
This webinar is the third in a series intended to provide knowledge, practical tools, resources and case studies for Ontario municipalities and utilities for the development of asset management programs.
Many municipalities Canada-wide have developed asset management strategies and plans as they begin to understand the long term success of their asset management programs. This webinar will allow participants to gain insight into valuable asset management planning techniques, tools and processes from industry members from across the globe.
Countries will include the United States, Australia and the UK.’
South Central Ontario Water Works Association
SCOWWA Fall Conference 2016
November 2, 2016
Bingemans Conference Centre
425 Bingemans Centre Dr, Kitchener, ON N2B 3X7
For more information contact: Matt Bender, email@example.com
Check out the Program Here!
Registration is now open:
Please see the OPWA website for more details: https://opwa.ca/opwa-events/?action=evregister&event_id=87
Tips for small drinking water system owners and operators: Preparing for Site Inspections and Improving Well Performance
This webinar will highlight risk assessments/site inspections and well performance indicators for small drinking water treatment systems. Attendees will learn tips to prepare for site inspections/risk assessments by Public Health Inspectors and common issues identified during site inspections. In addition, attendees will learn common indicators of well underperformance and how well performance can be improved.
$50 includes HST
Agenda Information now available!
For more information see http://www.nwwc2016.ca/
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Holiday Inn Barrie Hotel & Conference Centre 20 Fairview Rd, Barrie Thursday November 17, 2016
* This Seminar is approved for 0.4 CEUs
The objectives of this workshop are to inform, educate and provide answers to testers, op-erators and municipal program administrators with regards to backflow prevention bylaws and cross connection control programs.
Who Should Attend:
Cross Connection Control program coordinators
Backflow prevention bylaw enforcement personnel
Municipal employees who are planning on starting a cross connection/backflow preven-tion program
Current and active OWWA backflow testers
2017 OWWA Construction Seminar: Bridging the Gap Between Owners, Consultants and Contractors
Agenda Information Here!
Thursday, February 9th, 2017
Mississauga Grand Banquet and Event Centre
35 Brunel Road, Mississauga
This seminar will be of special interest to anyone involved in the construction phase of a project, whether water or wastewater field; and, whether linear or vertical works.
· Municipal Owners
· Purchasing Departments
CEUs will be awarded for completion of this seminar.
OWWA Construction Committee
Save the date for the first ever Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Green Infrastructure Conference, May 31 – June 2, 2017, at Cobo Hall in Detroit, Michigan. This conference will draw up to 1,000 engineers, landscape architects, water quality professionals, government officials (local, state, provincial, and federal), developers, planners, academia, drain and road agencies, conservation and non-profit organizations, and interest groups from around the Great Lakes basin in Canada and the U.S.
This is the first conference to focus on using green infrastructure across the landscape with a primary goal to protect the surface waters in the Great Lakes region. The time is right for a comprehensive look at this important topic.
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